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From David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: What is the deal with geronimo-javaee-deployment_1.1MR3_spec
Date Thu, 29 Mar 2007 15:06:58 GMT
artfifactId=geronimo-javaee-deployment_1.1MR3_spec
version=1.0-SNAPSHOT (IIRC, but its' value is irrelevant)
groupId=org.apache.geronimo.specs

the spec version is 1.1MR3

It follows the agreed upon conventions for geronimo spec naming.

thanks
david jencks

On Mar 29, 2007, at 4:30 AM, Rick McGuire wrote:

> Matt Hogstrom wrote:
>> What is the alternate proposal?
> I suspect it should follow the more normal convention of "name of  
> what it is" followed by the version identifier.  For specs, the  
> name of the spec artifact frequently contains a version identifier  
> for the level of the spec.  For example the javamail specs have  
> names such as this:
>
>   geronimo-javamail_1.3.1_spec-1.3
>
> This indicates that this is an implementation of the javamail 1.3.1  
> specification, and the Geronimo version level is 1.3.
> So, what's the version level vs. specification level of the above  
> artifact?  Is this an implementation of the "1.1MR3" leve of the  
> javaee deployment spec?  Then it is missing its version identifier  
> all together.  It should be something like
>
>   geronimo-javaee-deployment_1.1MR3_spec-1.0
>
> Or is this the MR3 version of the javaee deployment spec version  
> 1.1?  Then this should be
>
>   geronimo-javaee-deployment_1.1_spec-MR3
>
> Or, is the version identifier actually the full 1.1_MR3, in which  
> case it should be
>
>   geronimo-javaee-deployment_spec-1.1MR3
>
> In all cases, the version level of the artifact is the last element  
> of the artifact name.
>
> Rick
>
>>
>> On Mar 28, 2007, at 5:02 PM, Jason Dillon wrote:
>>
>>> I really hate that we have version information in artifactIds...  
>>> this is a huge PITA when the version needs to be changed.  This  
>>> is a *very* bad practice.  Can we please stop this madness?
>>>
>>> --jason
>>>
>>
>>
>


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